What is United States Citizenship and Naturalization?
Naturalization is the way a person, not born in the United States, becomes a United States citizen.
Individuals who have a lawful permanent resident card (green card), are eligible for naturalization three, or five years, after obtaining a green card, assuming they meet several additional requirements.
When you naturalize, you are no longer a permanent resident with temporary status that can be taken away. By applying to become a United States Citizen you are showing your commitment to the United States and your loyalty to its constitution. In return you are rewarded with the rights and privileges that are part of Untied States citizenship.
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